VIOLENT BY DESIGN: 'A Hero Among Thieves' EP Sample Available
Lawrence, KS-based VIOLENT BY DESIGN, featuring former members of HUMAN RITUAL, DEAD SKIN FACTOR and HATEBALL, has just posted a rough mix of its song "Tyrants Regime" from the band's forthcoming EP, "A Hero Among Thieves", due out later this year. Check it out at the group's MySpace page.
According to a press release, "VIOLENT BY DESIGN has shared the stage with such national acts as GOATWHORE, EXITIUM, UNMERCIFUL, INCANTATION, YEAR OF DESOLATION, INTERNAL SUFFERING and will soon join INTO ETERNITY and 1349 on stage. And the live show? It is five assassins moving in lockstep, even as the impossibly energetic Yeager flies from left to right and from front to back, never missing a beat and always entertaining the audience."
VIOLENT BY DESIGN is currently seeking a full-time drummer. Interested parties can contact the band through their MySpace page.
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